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Anyone have any idea on the bias voltage adjustment
- Safety First, Clown!
Before you even think about touching your radio, make sure it's powered off and not plugged in. Clowns and electricity don't mix well.
- Find the Magic Buttons
Open up your radio's secret compartment and search for those mysterious knobs. They're like the secret sauce for your radio performance.
- Clown Manual Time
Dust off your Connex 46 Turbo N1 user manual (or maybe it's hiding in a pie?) and find the page that talks about the driver and final bias voltage. It's like deciphering clown hieroglyphics.
- Tools of the Trade
Grab your rainbow-colored multimeter. Remember, it measures volts, not balloon animals.
- Turn on the Show
Power on the radio, but don't let any confetti fly out. Make sure it's getting electricity.
- Crank Those Knobs
Twirl those potentiometers or trimmers like you're twisting balloon animals at a kid's party. Adjust them to match the values from the manual.
- Measure the Magic
Use your multimeter to measure the voltage. It's like measuring the laughter in a clown's circus tent.
- Fine-Tuning, Not Clown Shoes
Make itty-bitty adjustments until the numbers match what the manual says. Remember, patience is key, just like fitting into clown shoes.
- Check Your Clown Work
Confirm that your driver and final bias voltage are behaving as expected. No clowning around here!
- Wrap Up the Big Top
Turn off the radio, put the case back together, and send it back to the circus (or test its performance on the airwaves).
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I think you actually have any and all ‘Golden screwdrivers’ stumped on this issue.
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If it has a EPT3600** board, any radio that uses it should be the same specs but this board was used in both AM/FM and SSB radios, the latter has more components on the board and specs are slightly different.
Best I can do. Sure would like to see more old timer’s on!